, attached to 1999-09-18

Review by spreaditround

spreaditround That Tweezer that opens the show, whew buddy it’s ridiculous and has got a ton of play from me over the years, probably as much or more than the Boogie On. I am a huge fan of the loops which this one has in spades so naturally I am a big fan of this Tweezer. It has such a slow burn and a major funk aspect to it. I can imagine Trey bobbing his head to this one. Big peak on this version too.

Roses is a great way to follow up. Little lyrical flub (Page?).

Love how Wilson gets all spaced out at the end with a bunch of loops. Almost think they are going to keep rolling...nope

> big 'ol loops keep rolling into the Maze intro, evil Phish. Really solid Maze!

Brian and Robert: perfect placement, great tune

Tube: Dance party USA, Trey takes a backseat for the most part and let's his mates drive the bus.

Boogie On: I think we have Fishman to thank for getting this from a standard Boogie into the jam as the tune is closing out it kind of is over and then he resurrects it. Stunning jam, all timer. 11:50 through 12:00'ish - anyone else hearing some Ramble On type stuff from Trey? Tons of hose in this jam and I love how everyone gets a solo at the end. Epic.

lol Trey, refers to the Seattle show as the first west coast Meatstick. Seattle is like 2 hours away from the Gorge!

This Hood is freaking fantastic!


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